Our collards are not doing so well. From our research it appears to be swede midges. The plant heads (the new growth) is mishapened and curled.
Since this is a fairly new "import" to Canada, has anyone had any experience with it? How can we get rid of it? Should we just give in and cut down the collards and replant with a different plant? We were considering cutting off the affected tops and covering with a mosquito net. But we wondered about the larvae, wouldn't it just trap them in? A smorgasborg for them!